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Is A Sperm Cell Conscious?

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Posted by Mark on December 14, 2001 06:28:24 UTC

What about when it ferilizes an egg?

If not then...

What about when the embryonic cells undergo several divisions... say ten or twenty? Ten to twenty million?

Surely a mechanism capable of logic (brain) must form for a "pre-human" to be considered "conscious", correct?

So my computer has "more 'brain-power'" than does an embryo of only a few weeks (months?) developement.

Would it be fair to say that this PC I'm typing at, is more conscious than a human embryo?

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